“We are creative, forceful problem-solvers. Our work is difficult. But that makes prevailing over the ever-present challenges our clients face — at the highest level – all the more fulfilling.”
For over two decades, Mark J. Tamblyn has dedicated his career to handling complex litigation, on both the plaintiff and defense sides, securing meaningful relief by resolving real problems by settlement or verdict.
Mark began his legal career prosecuting consumer and antitrust class action cases. He expanded his breadth through defense of large companies concerning alleged wage and hour violations and alleged discriminatory practices in one of the largest labor and employment law firms in the country.
Mark developed early a national reputation for an aggressive yet sensible consensus-building approach toward the handling of complex litigation on behalf of his clients. He has organized and supervised to successful conclusion scores of class actions. He has been asked to lecture on the class action practice and the evolving legal developments affecting that practice. For public service, Mark has also served as a Deputy Attorney General in the California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, representing large California state agencies and government officials primarily in complex, multi-party actions. There, he was honored to be the only California Deputy Attorney General (of approximately 1,000 attorneys) to be chosen to participate in a national AG electronic discovery workshop comprising one representative for each state.
Mark was named a partner in Wexler Wallace in 2006 and practiced in that capacity while operating the firm’s California office until entering public service in 2012. Most recently, Mark’s career came full circle by rejoining Wexler Wallace in January 2019, where he continues to thrive.